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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1022
MECHANIC LOOKING '
FOR PLACE TO WORK
ON GARDEN ISLAND
The following letter was received
last week by the secretary i of the
Kauai Chamber of Commerce. Any
employer interested in thia man may
get hla name and Honolulu addreBS
by dropping a note to the Secretary,
Kauai Chamber of Commerce, Li
hue. The letter follows:
"I am writing for Information in
regards to work on plantations or
other places in your district.
I have had ten years' experience
in assembling, operating and repair
ing autos, trucks and tarctors. Have
also operated' and repaired Diesel
and airplane motors, also air com
pressors and have had experience
with steam engines, but the last
five years I have specialized In in
ternal combustion motors. I can
read blue prints and can erect ma
chinery from the same.
"I do not want a position but
want a job where there Is a chunct
for advancement with enough pay
for decent 'living conditions. Thai
is all I expect at first. After that
my work should speak for itself.
"I, prefer plantations of small
towns to city work as I was raised
on a cattle ranch in Montana and 1
BtlU like the country. I ,can furnish
both civilian and army references.
I get discharged July 3rd of this
MISS MARGARET LUM
IS VISITING SISTER
Teacher desiring to spend the
summer vacation In Honolulu,
by communicating with the
Roielawn, 1366 King St., Hono
lulu, celebrated for its excel
lent cuisine, reservations with
board can be secured, and at
the Beach Annex, 2517 'Kala
kaua , Ave., Walklkl, at reduc
ed summer rates.
Honolulu Paper Co.
Wholesale Paper Dealers
821-823 Alakea 8tree't
Miss Margaret Lum, who return
ed recently from the mainland af
ter completing a three year's course
in professional nursing at the Par;,
dlse Valley sanitarium and hospital
in San Diego. Cal., and then served
a year at the White Memorial hos
pital in Los Angeles, arrived on Ka
uai last week to Visit her sister,
Mrs. O. M. Shak of Kapaa,
This Is Miss hum's first visit to
the Garden Island and she .intends
to stay here several months before
returning tf. Honolulu to take up
her chosen profession .
DELEGATE FROM ISLAND,
Word has Just been received by
President Raymond of the Kauai
Teachers' Association that the Ha
waii Education Association's dele
gate to represent all the islands at
the National Education Association's
convention to be held in Boston in
July, will be selected from the is
land having the highest percentage
of paid up membership in the Na
tional Education Association on May
10th, i922. This percentage will be
based upon the number Of public
jchool teachers on the payroll April
JO, substitutes not Included.
President Raymond also under
stands that the Island of Hawaii
at present has the highest percent-
ige of teachers enrolled.
TO NAME LOCAL TEACHER
SUMMER CAMP COMMITTEE
A request has been received by
Geo. S. Raymond, of the Kauai
Teachers' Association to name a lo
cal teacher to serve as a member of
the Volcano Recreation Camp com
mittee at Kilauea and this name will
shortly be announced.
This1 camp was formerly a mili
tary camp, which the Hawaii Edu
cation Association has taken over
and a teacher is selected to manage
it each year for island teachers who
wish to take advantage of the won
derful climate and attractions of
Kilauea and vicinity. ' The camp is
well located with reference to sur
rounding sights in that sectjon of
Hawaii, and a great number of tea
chers took advantage of the oppor
tunity and spent their vacations
there last year.
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T Twenty -two Elegant Rooms
in Main Uuiluing
Three Airy -Cottages
Cuisine Unexcelled in Coun
try Districts v
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Hot and Cold Showers
Fort and Beretania Streets
H. L. SHAW, Mgr.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
t Hay, Grain and Chicken Supplies
I SOLE AGENT8 FOR
T International Stock, Poultry Food
t and other specialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Roofs. Petaluma In
cubators and Brooders.
f King's Special Chick Food
f P. O. Box 46S Honolulu
You can have LOVE'S
American Maid Bread
(Made With Fleischmann's Yeast) Mailed Direct to You by
Place your standing order with
LOVE'S BISCUIT & BREAD COMPANY
HONOLULU, T. H.
Here's a Pump for You
Mr. Gasoline Dealer
FIFTEEN gallons a minute can be umiel into
a waiting automobile with a Milwaukee pump.
Thin quick Hcrvice means satisfied motorist
who will come back again ami again. This is just
one of the many features of Milwaukee pumps.
They are made by specialists in (lie pump indus
try. Ask for full details "on how to get the gaso
line business in Jour district.
Honolulu Iron Works
The Board of Trustees of " the
Pension Fund of the
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, met for its second business
meeting at the office of the Board
of Supervisors of the County of
Kauai at Llhue. on Monday, April
24th, 1922. nt 9:30 a. m.
Present: H. D. Wlshard, chair
man, Board of Supervisors; Henry
Bluke county auditor; K. C. Ahann,
A petition (P.F2) dated February
3rd last was received from Mrs. Va-
lolt .Werner, widow of the lute Wil
liam Werner, deceased, of Hanalei,
Kauai, for allowance under Act 220
of the Session Laws of 1917. The
petition, among other things, stated
That at the time of the death of
the deceased he left surviving him.
the petioner and seven children whol
ly dependent upon him, to-wlt:
1. Ernest Winfield Kaulelnamoku,
born January 3, 1!M)G.
2. George Clarence Naeleleohawail,
born September 21, 1909."
3.1 (Jerome Kelilmakai, born Janu
ary 7, 1311.
4. Caroline Hanalei, born May 13,
5. Charlottee Arabella Kannnioka-
home, born September 6, 1914.
6. Emma Kuupunlilia, born Nov
ember 6, 1915.
7. Irene Gladiola Kekaaulumoku.
born September 6, 1919.
"That the petitioner and the chil
dren had depended upon the de
ceased for their support; and at the
time of the death of the deceased
he was then the deputy sheriff of
the District of Hanalei aforesaid,
and that he died while In the line
of his duty and in the performance
A written opinion (attached to
PF 2) on the matter from the coun
ty attorney, the Honorable S. K.
Kueo, was also before, the board.
The opinion read as follows:
Re. Petition of Mrs. Werner
Opinion of the County Attorney
Lihue, KaHni. March 17, 1922.
Honoruble H. D. Wlshard,
Chairman, Trustees of Pension Fund.
I beg to acknowledge receipt of
your communication of the 16th
inst., enclosing petition of Mrs. Wer
ner forr a pension for herself and
her children under Act 220, Session
Laws of 1917, and asking the advice
of this office as to whether she and
her children, are entitled to the
pension, her husband, tho father
of said children, having died ; on
January 3, of this year while hold
ing the ofifce of deputy sheriff of
Section 3, of the said Act pro
vides, among other things, as fol
"Third. Upon the death of any
member of such police force
while in the line of duty or as a
result of the performance of his
duty there shall be paid for fun
eral expenses a sum not to exceed
one hundred dollars ($100); and
should such deceased member leave
n dependent widow or leave a child
or children under the age of sixteen
years or both, then there shall be
paid to such widow out of such
fund twenty-five dollors ($2.1) per
month until her death or remarriage
and to such children each five dol
lars ($5) per month until they ar
rive at the age of sixteen years, re
spectively, to be paid to the mother
of sWh children, if living, for their
benefit, so long as such children
shall reside or be supported by her."
It is clear that Ernest, the eldest
child, who was born on January 3,
1906,- and, therefore, was, of the age
sixteen years at the death of his
father, Is not entitled to the pension
As to the widow and the other chil
dren it is the opinion of this office
that, if Mr. Werner died while in
line of duty or as a result of the
performance of his duty, they are
entitled to the pension, irrespective
of the fact that the death was from
(Sgd.) S. K. KAEO.
The board, after having generally
discussed tho subject matter, agreed
to defer taking definite action there
on until next Thursday morning,
the 27th inst., at 10 o'clock a. m..
when the board will meet again.
The board asked the county sher
iff, Wm. Henry Rice, who was pres
ent to assist the board by request
ing the petitioner and. or, her coun
sel or advisor to be present at the
next meeting of the board und to
submit evidence or statement In
support of the petition. Also to re
quest the county attorney; Dr. L.
L. Patterson, and all others who are
interested In the mutter, to bo pres
ent at this next meeting of the board.
The county sheriff was also request
ed to be present next meeting.
At 10:30 o'clock a. m., the meet
ing adjourned to meet again next
Thursday morning, the 27th inst.,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
S. W. MEHKULA.
Deputy County Clerk.
T I THEN renewal time
V V comes, equip your car
with Vacuum Cup Fabric or
Cord Tires and forget the
dangers of "skiddy" pavements.
Forget also the disappointing
mileage averages other tires may
have given you. Buy Vacuum
Cup Tires you pay only for
the quality the safety costs
C. B. HOFGAARD & CO., Ltd.. Agents, WAIMEA
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
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OKOAXDIKS (White and colored '
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